Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Bailey Holmes h o d e s e n- LIBERTY - Mrs. Irnw Ellen Bailey Holmes, 74, of Liberty, died Wednesday morning in the McKay Hospital in Ogden of natural causes. Mrs. Holmes was born Aug. 8, 1896, in North CÂ£den, a daughter daughter of William and Rose Hllen B r o w n Bailey. She was married to Edgar Holmes on Dec. 6, 1917, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She taught in the Weber County School District for 15 years. She had been ac- five in the Sunday School and Relief So- cieiy of the LDS Liberty Liberty Ward, and was a visiting teacher """ 5 Â° y M r S - Sh! *"*** ' W0 S t a k Â« miS " i o n s in , he Eas)ern s , a , es Mission _ end was a member of the Durfey Camp, Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Surviving are her husband of Liberty, four daughters and three sons, Mrs. Arden (RÂ«e) Smedley, Mrs. Grant (LuDcen) Bing- rovia, Calif.; 30 grandchildren, ' seven great-grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters and one brother: Mrs. Parley J. Clark, William Lysle Bailey, bofh of Liberty; Mrs. Gladys Hickenlooper, Mrs. lone Holmes, both of Ogden. , services will be conducted Sat- I a t 1 Pm Pm - irl the Liberty Ward Chap- t i n g . ! ? Bishop Daurel H. Barnes official- I '"9845 t o ! may call at the Myers Mortuary I j Wen Friday from 7 to 9" p.m. and at j TM L'beriy Ward Chapel Saturday one hour prior to services. Burial in the Liberty Cemetery.